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The Survival of Civilization - John D. Hamaker

“The Survival of Civilization is regarded by a growing movement worldwide as a blueprint for the survival of the Earth, restoring ecological balance and, perhaps, even recreating Eden. The health and well-being of all living things ultimately depends on a highly mineralized, alive and vibrant soil. Rock dust adds up to a hundred elements and trace minerals and can greatly increase yield and quality of food, making organic agriculture truly viable. Undertaking the task of remineralization is urgent to restore our agricultural soils, to save the dying forests in the temperate latitudes, and to stabilize our climate.”

“It is essential in the current ‘global warming’ debate to heed the many climatologists who predict not merely rising sea levels but the threat of an imminent Ice Age. Today’s freakish weather—high winds, downpours, tornadoes, earthquakes—harbinger of such a coming deep freeze, was predicted years ago by the authors of The Survival of Civilization, a subject which is, or should be, of paramount interest to mankind.”
------Peter Tompkins, co-author of The Secret Life of Plants and Secrets of the Soil

“I write the ‘Annual Review of the Environment’ for the Encyclopedia Britannica, and I have written several environmental studies textbooks. John Hamaker has developed a beautiful and comprehensive theory of climate change, every element of which is supported by scientific evidence. His theory has been sitting under the noses of many other scientists, but they have largely overlooked it. In my judgment, John Hamaker’s theory is a major contribution to humanity.”
-----Prof. Kenneth Watt, Evolution and Ecology Dept., U. C. Davis

© 1982 by Hamaker-Weaver Publishers.
© 2002 by Anita Hamaker and Donald Weaver, to protect the wholeness and integrity of this work.

Please respect the intent and purpose of this book, which is implied by its title. The book is no longer intended for commercial use, but for educational purposes only.

Don Weaver
P. O. Box 620478
Woodside, CA 94062
earthdonATyahooDOTcom

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